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sleepsleep



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sleepsleep
hi there Wink
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is there an easy way tool / utility to lock particular partition?
eg, a HD got 4 partition, so C,D,E and F, using the tweakui, we can disable the drive to show up in the My Computer, but they still can access it by typing F:\ on the explorer,

so, wish to know, is there any tool/utlity to lock the partiuclar partition? so, only me, the master admin Wink Wink could use it?

btw, using FAT32 fs here Laughing
Post 09 Dec 2006, 16:36
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LocoDelAssembly
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Have you tried MyComputer>Manage>Disk Managment? There you can select which letters the partitions should have, and you can also remove the letter so things like "F:\" will not be allowed anymore because it doesn't exists anymore.
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sleepsleep
yah, that is one way to hide those drives Wink
Post 09 Dec 2006, 16:50
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WytRaven



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Not sure if this is the answer you are looking for but a software group called Acronis make a brilliant suite of tools called the "Acronis Disk Director Suite". It's not free (worth every penny) but my God, there is nothing you can do with a partition that this program can't do. It also flawlessly supports Windows XP 64 Bit too which is essential for me.

To answer your question directly I believe the "Hide Partition" function of this program is what you are looking for.

Linkage: www.acronis.com

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